Great Falls, Mt 59405, USA


Digital Relocation/Welcome Guide


New Arrivals

  All newcomers deserve a helping hand when getting settled on base, as well as in the community. Your sponsor will help accomplish this, will answer your questions and will clear up any concerns you may have about Malmstrom Air Force Base, its facilities or the Great Falls area before

Serving You

  The Office of the Staff Judge Advocate provides legal counsel to commanders and base leaders on a myriad of matters, including military justice, quality force management, civil law, labor law, environmental law, contract law, ethics law, operational law, and torts and claims law. The office also provides legal assistance

Team Malmstrom

  The 341st Operations Group is made up of approximately 400 operators, administrators and facility managers. Together, they ensure the day-to-day combat readiness of 15 missile alert facilities and 150 Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missiles and stand ready to employ the weapons at the direction of the president. The group


  The 341st Force Support Squadron (FSS) attributes its high level of excellence to the professional men and women who epitomize the FSS mission. Two basic premises are the focus: continuously improve effectiveness and efficiency of operations by being more responsive to ever-changing customer needs and enhance readiness by providing


The education center is in Building 1240 and may be reached at 406-731-3531, DSN 632-3531, or via email at . Hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Thursday, closed Friday and family days. The Education and Training Center is in a modern facility complemented by a professional


  Col. Einar Axel Malmstrom, born July 14, 1907, in Chicago, enlisted as a private in the Washington State National Guard on May 12, 1929. Initially called to active federal service at Parkwater, Washington, on Sept. 16, 1940, as a first lieutenant, eventually he moved to the European theater of

Local Area

  Few periods of American history have been as gloriously and romantically depicted as the era of the development of the West. Painters such as Montanan C.M. Russell immortalized scenes of life from that time. Early settlers left their descriptions in journals for future generations. Today, movies and television attempt
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